DOBSON — A trailer belonging to Applied Polymerics, a business located on Saint James Way, Mount Airy, was reported stolen to the Surry County Sheriff’s Office on Aug. 5. The red trailer with a kettle attachment was valued at $10,000.
• Michelle Hunter, of B. Lyford Key, Hampton, Virginia, was the victim of a false pretense where her credit card information was used to obtain $81.27 in cash, according to a July 30 report.
• Dwight Atkins reported several collectible signs removed from where they were hung on the side of his barn on Little Mountain Church Road, Ararat. The stolen items included included a porcelain Texaco sign, Orange Crush, Coca-Cola and Mountain Dew signs. The signs valued more than $600. The Aug. 5 report also stated that a $300 Stihl leafblower was stolen.
• Travis Shumate and Jessica Yount, of Lower Park Lane, Mount Airy, reported items stolen from a vehicle on Red Brush Road including $300 cash, debit cards, a driver’s license and N.C. identification card.
• Jordan Martin reported a breaking and entering of his Haystack Road residence on July 31. According to the report, a Glock 21 firearm was stolen along with a Benelli Nova 12-guage, a 42-inch flat-panel TV, a passport, $100 of Brazillian money and a suitcase. The total value of the stolen items exceeded $2,000.
• Emillano Juarez, of Fancy Gap Road, reported his tool box broken into at a location on Miller Road, Mount Airy. According to the Aug. 7 report, a band saw, hammer drill, Koch saw, Kobalt knives, three carpenter pouches and Dewalt drill bits, valued at more than $1,100, were stolen.